In September 2016, HM Courts & Tribunal Services announced it’s six-year reform programme to modernise the administration of justice. Find the progress made so far as well as products available to help the criminal justice system.
Each year our revenues and benefits customers out-perform authorities across the country for speed of processing. And we wanted to take a little look at their technology ‘tool belt’ to learn what’s really making that difference.
Social and technological change will have a major impact on the police workforce over the next 20 years. As new technologies develop and converge, many of the demands on policing will become increasingly novel and complex, necessitating a more adaptive workforce with a more diverse set of skills and knowledge.
With increasing pressure on emergency services, and as technology and the needs of the public change, the UEC system must also change to ensure a service fit for the future. Improvement initiatives are being implemented across the NHS to reduce pressure and simplify urgent and emergency services, resulting in better outcomes of care and experience for staff and patients.
The Home Office is leading a cross-government programme to deliver the new Emergency Services Network (ESN) critical communications system. This will replace the current Airwave service used by the emergency services in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) and transform how they operate.
Watch the NEC team and a guest panel of industry practitioners explore the reasons why there is often poor engagement between service users and service providers in the criminal justice system, and how technology can be used to improve service user engagement.